For most people, language is a basic skill in their lives. The idea of lingua franca was invented long ago, there was that Dutchman who excitedly invented his common language for the world free to use in 18th century. But his language failed, and failed really hard. At the time, the so called lingua francas were actually French and German.
Languages in the world are the most fabulous thing ever exists.
The most freely man-made thing is language.
For thousands years, language evolves and emerges, from the old ashes of departed languages come the newborn, from the graves of precedent civilizations we discover the longlost.
Language thrives in and out of human’s life, become more and more diverse, and bonding and breaking.
A lot of words, they’re very sound, they’re good, once you hear it.
It would enable your associations with lots of good images, given you good old things, by which I mean fantasies.
This is the problem, things that look better, they’re actually not that better. Things that sound better, they’re actually not that good.
Language would evolve from time to time, that’s why it’s a living thing has its own life.
Language always carries the deep and profound culture basis of a nation, the people live and die with the language, and the language thus inherits from generations to generations.
The problem is, are we truly understand the language we are using? Are we qualified enough to use it creatively and constructively?
Chinese is a very powerful and simply to use language compared to English and european languages system. Every new word doesn’t require the full understanding of each character and you can guess the meaning of the word even without context, it’s what English can’t do.
Recently I’ve read a post about the effort rules that apply in English language.